10/10 love it. Felt tight during the first climb, but that’s typical for any new pair of climbing shoes. Super comfortable after a couple uses and mild to your feet quite nicely.
I’ve tried most all of the Soill models now and I think I like the original New Zero the best! The heel cups exquisitely, they’re comfortable and there’s a decent amount of sensitivity for a full volume shoe.
This was my first time taking them outside. So what better way to get your bearings with a new shoe than with a 20ft slab at Joshua Tree? (Turtle Face Left, V0)
They are also pretty great on everything in the gym so far. Slab and otherwise.
This is my 3rd shoes for last one year from the beginning. This softness would be very unique among shoes have similar aggressiveness. My next shoes will be new pro line.
I love this shoes. Size chart was right on point. After a couple of sessions I felt very comfortable in them. Definitely recommend...
I’ve only gotten on some walls once with these and I like them already. The sizing recommendation worked perfectly for a street size 9 over here. These are my first pair of more aggressive shoes, so my toes were a little more crunched than usual (in my pink Momoa LVs), but I didn’t take them off for almost 80 minutes which surprised me. Did that mean my toes didn’t feel the crunch? No, they did, but I was pleased with the grip on the soles. I just need to trust them a little more to finish a couple projects!
Also, I wish these were a little smaller in volume, but I have no issue with the shoe moving around as I’m climbing.
• NEW ZERO •
The synthetic vegan upper fits like a slipper, and the fabric is normally used on the inside of durable work boots in the footwear industry. For a shoe at this level, it is incredibly comfortable. The thread we use for the upper is specially made in the southeast as one of the softest threads in the world, and cannot be felt in the toe box. This shoe is sensitive and every detail matters when performing at a high level.
No Hot Spots
The toe rubber meets the rand by butting up together, with no overlapping. This is incredibly hard to do in production and provides no hot spots.